Jim Furyk is still in a good position to win the second major of his career, but he's no longer alone in the lead at the U.S. Open. He bogeyed the 13th hole to drop to 1-over par for the tournament. That ties him with Webb Simpson, who is 1-over through 16 holes of play.
Simpson has had an excellent day, shooting 2-under par for his fourth round, which is exceptional considering his terrible start. He was 2-over through his first five holes and answered with a string of three birdies on the 6th through 8th holes, and he added another birdie on the 10th.
Michael Thompson is currently the leader in the clubhouse at 2-over par. Graeme McDowell and Ernie Els are 3-over and still on the course with a chance to catch him, but they might need mistakes from Furyk and Simpson to have a reasonable chance at winning the Open.
Fans can follow along with the action at The Olympic Club with the 2012 U.S. Open leaderboard at USOpen.com.